Herbal teas are already around for a hundred or thousand years. They are made to aid for illness and are used as natural remedies to prevent different kinds of sickness.
However, herbal tea and real teas such as green, black, and oolong are different from each other.
The true teas are made from the dried leaves of tea plants and mostly from Camellia Sinensis, while herbal teas are made from varieties of dried herbs, spices, flowers, and fruits. However, both are full of beneficial elements that could cure and prevent ailment that is supported scientifically.
Here are some of the herbal teas that you should try:
Peppermint TeaPeppermint is an herb that can be found mostly in Asian and European countries. This herb is used as spices to add flavors and also used in certain products such as candies and toothpaste.
Furthermore, the medicinal properties of peppermint are notable such as antioxidant, antibacterial, anticancer, and antiviral that has the ability to help maintain a healthy digestive tract. You can also drink peppermint tea to relieve cramps, indigestion, and nausea.
Chamomile tea is made from dried flowers of the chamomile plant. It produces a relaxing and fragrant aroma that helps aid insomnia, high blood pressure, and blood sugar. It is also believed to have the ability to function as a liver-protector, reduce inflammation, and fight bacteria. Moreover, since it produces a pleasant smell, it is also used for aromatherapy.
Ginger TeaWe usually use ginger as spices, but little do we know it is a very effective natural remedy for varieties of illnesses. When you brew ginger in hot water, the sweet and spicy flavors of it were extracted along with tons of beneficial elements to our body.
If we drink ginger tea, it regulates the function of our immune system and also fights inflammatory diseases. Studies also suggest that most of the people who consume this flavorful spicy tea are not prone to indigestions, stomach ulcers, and even constipation. Ginger tea is also helpful for relieving the usual girl-problem, period pains, and menstrual cramps.